AMC Women's Soccer Weekly Notes: Harris-Stowe Takes on Williams Baptist in Game of the Week

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Women's Soccer - Fri, Oct. 6, 2017 at 12:10 PM

ST. LOUIS, Mo. – This week's edition of the American Midwest Conference Women's Soccer Game of the Week, features the visiting Hornets from Harris-Stowe State University traveling to Walnut Ridge, Ark. to take on the Williams Baptist College Eagles. The match is scheduled for 1 p.m. at WBC Soccer Field.

Harris-Stowe State Hornets at Williams Baptist Eagles

Series Matchup:

  • Harris-Stowe leads the all-time series, 1-2-1.
  • The Eagles won the last contest, 3-1, on Sept. 20, 2016.
  • The Hornets have outscored the Eagles, 9-5 in three games.

Scouting Harris-Stowe State:

  • The Hornets are 3-6-0 overall and 1-3-0 in conference play.
  • Harris-Stowe State won its previous match. 12-0 over Manhattan Christian College.
  • The Hornets have won two-of-their-last-3 matches.
  • Three-of-their-six losses have been shutouts.
  • Lizette Popoca leads the team in goals (six) and points 13.
  • Johanna Wallstab leads the team with five assists.
  • Ten players have scored at least one goal this season.
  • Camila Chaves has seen a majority of time in goal, playing eight games, allowing 15 goals and making 38 stops.
  • Harris-Stowe is out shooting its opponent in the second half, 85-74.
  • NAIA team rankings:
    • No. 34 in goals per game (3.0)
    • No. 45 in shots per game (18.1)
  • NAIA individual rankings:
    • Johanna Wallstab - No. 41 in assists per game (0.560) and No. 50 in total assists (5)

Scouting Williams Baptist:

  • The Eagles are 2-7-1 overall and 1-4-1 in conference play.
  • Looking to snap a four-game winless streak.
  • Outscored opponents 11-1 in its two wins.
  • They have scored at least one goal in all but three games.
  • Carlee Spears leads the team with five goals and 10 points.
  • Seven different players have scored at least one goal.
  • Madeline Mead has four assists.
  • Jasmine Espinoza has made 72 saves in 10 games in goal for the Eagles.
  • NAIA team rankings:
    • No. 28 in total saves (74)
    • No. 30 in goals allowed per game (3.0) and saves per game (7.4)
  • NAIA individual rankings:
    • Jasmine Espinoza – No. 18 in total saves (72) and No. 22 in saves per game (7.2)

Around the AMC: Women's Soccer (Information as of Oct. 6 - morning):

  • No. 5 Columbia is the lone AMC team ranked in the last NAIA National Poll.
  • Columbia is the only undefeated team in conference play at 7-0.
  • The Cougars also feature an unblemished overall record at 12-0.
  • Columbia leads the NAIA with 12 wins and is one of just five teams without a loss.
  • Conference Schedule (Oct. 2-8):
    • Oct. 4 – (5) Columbia def. Stephens, 11-0.
    • Oct. 5 – Freed-Hardeman def. Williams Baptist, 4-1
    • Oct. 7 – William Woods at St. Louis Pharmacy, 12:00 PM
    • Oct. 7 – Lindenwood-Belleville at Central Baptist, 1:00 PM
    • Oct. 7 – Lyon at Missouri Baptist, 1:00 PM
    • Oct. 7 – Harris-Stowe State at Williams Baptist, 1:00 PM
    • Oct. 7 – Freed-Hardeman at Hannibal-LaGrange, 1:30 PM
  • Haylee Eastridge (Missouri Baptist) leads the AMC with 18 goals scored.
  • Eastridge ranks in the top-10 in the NAIA in seven different categories – No. 2 in shots per game (7.8), No. 3 in shots on goal per game (4.6) and total goals (18), No. 5 in goals per game (1.6), No. 6 in total points (37), No. 8 in total game winning goals (4) and No. 9 in points per game (3.3).
  • Laurie Frew (Columbia) is second in the AMC with 17 goals.
  • Nine players in the AMC has at least 10 goals.
  • Frew ranks in the top-10 in seven different categories – No. 2 in total points (43), No. 3 in total game winning goals (5), No. 4 in total goals (17), No. 5 in total assists (9) and points per game (3.5) and No. 10 in goals per game (1.4) and game winning goals per game (0.420).
  • Frew leads the conference with nine assists. Teammate Kelsey Mirts is second with eight assists.
  • Sara Calzada (Central Baptist) has the most saves with 134. Madi Allen (Hannibal-LaGrange) is second with 103.
  • Eastridge has the AMC individual game-high of 11 points that she accomplished on Sept. 26 against Stephens.
  • Nine players have recorded three assists in one game each. This is currently the most in one game this season in the AMC.
  • Kylee Lewis (St. Louis Pharmacy) 27 saves vs. Columbia is the most in a single-game in the AMC this season.
  • 2017 AMC Women's Soccer Players of the Week (Defensive, Offensive):
    • Week One: Alexandria Lair (Missouri Baptist), Haylee Eastridge (Missouri Baptist) Release
    • Week Two: Erin Douglass (Freed-Hardeman), Nina Carolissen (Freed-Hardeman) Release
    • Week Three: Alyssa Gregory (Park), Maci Cotler (Hannibal-LaGrange) Release
    • Week Four: Alexandria Lari (Missouri Baptist); Laurie Frew (Columbia) Release
    • Week Five: Alyssa Gregory (Park); Samantha Clymer (Freed-Hardeman) Release
    • Week Six: Sara Calzada (Central Baptist); Laurie Frew (Columbia) Release
  • 2017 AMC Women's Soccer Game of the Week Results:
  • The AMC receives two automatic berths to the NAIA National Championship – Regular-Season Champion and highest conference tournament finisher that is not the Regular-Season Champion
    • The tournament starts with the Quarterfinals on Nov. 3, Semifinals on Nov. 6 and the Championship on Nov. 9.
    • The games are hosted by the highest seed. Seeds are determined by the final AMC standings.  
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